MSc. Eng. CESAR ULISES TREVIÑO
BIOCONSTRUCTION AND ALTERNATIVE ENERGY
Founder and General Director of Bioconstruction and Alternative Energy. Master Lecturer in multiple Congresses in America, Europe and Asia, Mr. Treviño is also a member of the Advisory Group on Sustainable Building of the Environmental Cooperation Commission for North America.
In addition, he works as an editorial collaborator in various magazines and specialized publications. He was the first Hispanic American professional to receive LEED ™ AP Professional Accreditation from the US Green Building Council and the prestigious ‘LEED Fellow’ designation. Graduated with honors in Civil Engineering from ITESM (1991) and with a Master’s degree in Structural Engineering and Construction Management from the University of Newcastle in England.
In 2018, he received from the USGBC the first award in Latin America “Green Leadership Award” for his outstanding professional and institutional career.
In 2019, he was appointed as an Honorary Scholar by the Monterrey National Academy of Architecture, for his great contributions to the promotion and creation of sustainable spaces in the country.
To date, he is an Honorary Director of non-profit organizations such as “Sustentabilidad para México, AC”, vice president of the “Asociación Mexicano del Edificio Inteligente y Sustentable, AC”, as well as an active member of the International Committee of LEED Advisors (LEED Advisory Committee) at the USGBC.